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300 Euro Intel 750 400 GB vs 250 Euro 1 TB 850 Evo?

Apples and oranges.

Intel 750 will be more reliable, much faster, different interface (not SATA). Could be PCI-E or u.2. In terms of reliability Intel are the best in the market, there's not even an argument to be had.

Samsung are great but it's not a quality product like Intel's. They are good for consumers drives that aren't going to be torn apart with writes and high IO requirements. They are SATA drives with I think 550/550. Samsung is a great company too, but Intel, fact, is a leader in SSDs.

The purpose is a gaming build based on x99 and a 5820k.

The Intel is appealing because of the form factor, not having to use Sata cable and Sata power and it looks better to have a Pcie ssd on an atx board that only has one GPU. 

850 is bigger and cheaper... 

Don't know... 



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The purpose is a gaming build based on x99 and a 5820k.

The Intel is appealing because of the form factor, not having to use Sata cable and Sata power and it looks better to have a Pcie ssd on an atx board that only has one GPU. 

850 is bigger and cheaper... 

Don't know... 



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Dude, you don't want to be with that fat chick SATA. Get the svelt model that is the Intel. They look even sexier with the EK waterblock on it. I have four of them EK blocks and they are smoking hot.

The Intel is the hot chick and the waterblock is her smoking friend.
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post #73 of 74
I agree that the slow boot time is an annoyance, but to weigh it so much higher than all of the other perks of this drive is ridiculous. Regardless of which drive anyone is buying, speed while using the drive is the main factor when buying it. You're essentially reviewing a state of the art sports car and saying that it's utter crap because it doesn't have a sound system that matches the looks and performance of the vehicle.

Apparently you spend most of your time booting up your computer, but the rest of us are playing games and using software applications.

As a more extreme, if I could have a 1TB SSD that was as fast as RAM, but took 5 minutes to boot up I'd be all over that.
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Not sure if anyone is interested but Intel just released (within the last week I should say) firmware version 8EV101F0 and it seems to have made a good change in the 4k reads, at least for compressible data.


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